07/04/2015 09:52 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Vietnam, Malaysia share anti-corruption experience

Hanoi, April 6 (VNA) – Officials from the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam and the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission had a working session in Hanoi on April 6 to share experience in combating corruption.

The Vietnamese delegation to the session was headed by Deputy Chief Government Inspector Tran Duc Luong while the Malaysian delegation by Director of the Commission’s Investigation Division Director Mohd Jamidan Abdullah.

During the event, the two sides informed one another about their inspection activities and reviewed their history of cooperation in recent years.

They agreed to further exchange experience in anti-corruption and share information, professional documents and other training programmes through forums, workshops and conferences.

Public education to raise awareness among the community about corruption will also be a focus.

These efforts are part of a cooperation agreement on anti-corruption measures signed by the two agencies in April 2010.

Accordingly, both countries pledged to share information and their experiences relating to corruption, money laundering, economic crime and trade fraud regularly and work together to settle issues.
VNA/VNP